The San Gabriel Valley provides food for thought.
The Netflix French biopic aims to criticize gender dynamics but doesn’t execute.
A South Korean boy band was my reckoning with Chinese identity.
Anti-Asian racism is inseparable from the long history of Sinophobic representations in popular culture.
Chloé Zhao and “Nomadland” won Best Director and Best Motion Picture, respectively — analyze “why,” but also celebrate the “who” and “what.”
The film’s all-consuming anger at the patriarchy is rightful, but stifles the actual narrative.
True to its form, the young adult genre is ready for a revolution.
“Nomadland” wanders, but finds its own definition of home.
Filmmakers like Debbie Lum are dissecting parts of the Asian American experience in meaningful, critical ways.
Under the glow of a television screen, I learned what it meant to be Chinese.